Doctor Knock is a former thug who has become a doctor and arrives in the small village of Saint-Maurice to make his fortune according to a particular method. It will make the villagers believe that they are not as healthy as they might think. It is thus that he will find in each one an imaginary symptom, or not, and thus will be able to exercise his profession lucratively. Under his seductive looks and after gaining the confidence of the village, Knock is on the verge of achieving his ends. But his past catches up with him and an old acquaintance disrupts the doctor's plans.
Two aging fighters in LA, friends, get a call from a Vegas promoter because his undercard fighters for a Mike Tyson bout that night are suddenly unavailable. He wants them to box each other. They agree as long as the winner gets a shot at the middleweight title. They enlist Grace, Cesar's current and Vinnie's ex girlfriend, to drive them to Vegas.
This cop doesn't carry a gun - his fist is loaded!
This obstacle course competition features people from all walks of life, where one player races through daunting obstacles while four other contestants are manning battle stations along the course, firing over-the-top projectiles in an attempt to knock them off and slow them down. It's a physical and funny "us versus them" scenario, with the fastest finisher winning a cash prize.
With Ryan Seacrest in a Los Angeles-based studio, a remote team travels across the country, surprising unsuspecting people at their front doors with a chance to win big cash prizes, meet their favorite celebrities, and turn their wildest dreams into reality.
Knock Knock Loving You, also known as Quietly Falling in Love with You, is a Romantic Taiwanese drama starring Dylan Kuo, Maggie Wu, and Ming Dao. The drama is air on CTS/GTV, starting April 12, 2009, airing on Sunday at 22:00 Opening theme song: Ni Fei Ba by Chang Yun Jing Ending theme song: Hei Qun Zi by Chang Yun Jing
Knock First is an American reality television series in which an adolescent is chosen for a total room makeover by the Knock First crew. The first series aired starting in the fall of 2003 on ABC Family. The premise of the show was to shape the room in which the teenager lives into a space that represents them better. Teenagers who had been living in the same room since they were toddlers are able to redesign the room according to their desires. The series included four designers: Taniya Nayak, John Gidding, Kathy Kuo, Shane Booth, and two carpenters: Carrie Roy, Andy Hampton. The first season of Knock First centered mainly around teenagers in and around the Northeast, whereas the second season expanded to homes in California, to a slightly older audience. The show theme for the first two seasons was titled " I Am", and was written and produced by Widelife, also creators of the theme for Bravo's Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, and performed by Faith Trent. The show was redesigned for its third season and now places more responsibility for the completion of the project on the recipient.
The Knock is a British television drama series, created by Anita Bronson and broadcast on ITV from 1994 to 2000, which portrayed the activities of customs officers from Her Majesty's Customs and Excise. The series derived its name from the distinctive "Knock knock knock" command used over the radio to synchronise a raid.
Windy is the daughter of Mr. Barja, the owner of the Sasana Macan Arena. Life is only with his father. Windy has an affair with Dirga, a mainstay boxer from Mr Barja's Sasana Macan Arena. Circumstances that were fine, turned out to be a problem when bad news about Dirga who would betray Sasana Macan Arena circulated in his life. This condition forced Windy to be ready to face all the possibilities that would occur in his relationship with his father, also with his beloved Dirga.
“The first sports-based reality series” in television history presents viewers with an inside look at NFL training camps. From the top coaches to the rookies trying to make the team, Hard Knocks will showcase what it takes to be in the NFL.
Knockout is an NBC game show that aired from October 3, 1977 to April 21, 1978. A Ralph Edwards production, it was hosted by Arte Johnson, with announcing duties handled first by Jay Stewart and later by John Harlan. A British version of the show, called Odd One Out, aired from 1982–1985.
Knockout is a Indonesian television game show which was adopted from the merger of two programs namely Boxing Gloves and Face It and sponsored by FremantleMedia for Indosiar. Boxing Glove itself is the latest edition of the game show Hole in the Wall that had been shown in RCTI and Global TV. Aired Wednesday-Friday: 16:00 pm. Hosted by John Martin and Nabila Putri
TKO: Technical Knockout is a Canadian television series hosted by Carey Roberts and Su-Ling Goh who present the latest in technology. TKO was produced by Calgary-based Pyramid Productions.
Knockout Sportsworld is a Spike TV series featuring some the most spectacular knockouts in sports.
Opportunity Knocks is a 2008 game show hosted by J.D. Roth, and executive produced by Ashton Kutcher and his Katalyst Productions. It premiered on September 23, 2008 on ABC and Citytv in Canada, but received low ratings, especially in the 18-34 year old age demographic, and was canceled after three episodes. ABC subsequently scheduled the remaining six completed episodes for broadcast on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm beginning on May 26, 2009.
Opportunity Knocks is a British television and radio talent show originally hosted by Hughie Green, with a late-1980s revival hosted by Bob Monkhouse, and later by previous winner Les Dawson. The original radio version started on the BBC Light Programme from 18 February to 30 September 1949 but moved to Radio Luxembourg in the 1950s. It was shown on ITV from 20 June 1956 to 29 August 1956, produced by Associated Rediffusion. A second run commenced on 11 July 1964 and lasted until 20 March 1978, produced first by ABC and then by Thames Television. Hughie Green presented a single episode of Opportunity Knocks for RTÉ in 1979. It was revived by the BBC from 21 March 1987 to 2 June 1990, hosted initially by Bob Monkhouse from 1987 to 1989 and subsequently by Les Dawson in 1990.
It's a Knockout was a British comedy game show. It was adapted from the French show Intervilles, and was part of the international Jeux Sans Frontieres franchise.
It's a Knockout is an Australian show that was adapted from the French show, Intervilles. It originally ran from April 1985 to September 1987. It was later revived on 7 November 2011 on Network Ten.